Versatile “Rajasthani Folk” performers presented a melodious rendition in the University Auditorium to acquaint the youth with traditional music and folk songs of Rajasthan. The artists performed along with lead singer Kheta Khan – a renowned artist of the region. A series of cultural events is being organized by the Centre for Performing Arts of the University functioning under the aegis of SPICMACAY, to protect and promote Rajasthani culture in its original and real form.
The students have been invited from different Intermediate colleges located in the vicinity of the University to attend the program, from October 05-08, 2015 at 10.30 to 11.30.in University Auditorium. The cultural program presented by Kheta Khan Group on October 05, 2015 was inaugurated by Prof. K. K. Pande & Dr. M. P. Singh. About 150 students of D.S.M. Inter College, Ratanpur, Moradabad were also present as spectators alongwith the students of the varsity. The artists were playing traditional instruments like Kamaicha, Khartal, Dholak, Morchang and Murli Algoja. The popular songs presented began with aalap, which sets the tune followed by a recital of couplet by Kheta khan and group like “Rang Rangila Ras Bhariyo Kesaria Balamwa…” and Bhajan of Meera Bai. The students invited from D.S.M. Inter college Ratanpur, Moradabad and other dignitaries present in the auditorium, enjoyed the spectacular performance and gave rounds of applause.
The recital was a marvelous jugalbandi in sur, laya and taal of all the instruments. Suiya Devi & Mallika mother and daughter duo preformed Kalbelia Dance on the tune Tara..ra..rra.. The flexibility of their body and the whirls of glittering beautiful black dress enchanted the spectators. The acrobatics performed by the dancers added grace o their skillful performance which earned rounds of applause. The artists were cheered and requested to sing “Dhola Dhol… nad Ladli.. loooma.. zhooma re.” They acceded to the request and presented the beautiful song. Kamal Khan & Bali Khan gave afoot tapping recital on Morchang and Dholak. He raised sound of shunting Engine with the musical instrument learnt from his father for the entertainment of students specifically.
Visiting the University was not only an attempt to introduce the students invited from various intermediate colleges to Indian culture but also to give free medical and dental check-up for better health care and living. After the program they are provided with refreshment packet and to and fro transport facility by the university. The students from following educational Institutions have also been invited to attend the program:
|October 06, 2015||Govt. Inter college. Pakwara, Moradabad||210 Students & Teachers|
|October 07, 2015||Hind Public School Payati Kalan, Moradabad||150 Students & Teachers|
|October 08, 2015||Vanasthali Valika Inter College, Moradabad.||110 Students & Teachers|
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